New York Times, Friday, November 17, 1995

Author: Fran & Lou Sabin
Editor: Will Shortz
Fran Sabin
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This puzzle:

Rows: 15, Columns: 15, Words: 70, Blocks: 33 Missing: {JQXZ} This is puzzle # 7 for Ms. Sabin. This is puzzle # 111 for Mr. Sabin. NYT links: Across Lite

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© 1995, The New York Times
Across Down
1. Cheops contractor? : STONEMASON
11. Assign to a role : CAST
15. "I Love You, Porgy" singer : NINASIMONE
16. Jim Davis character : ODIE
17. Adds one fact too many : OVERPROVES
18. Nash's priest : LAMA
19. Cut short : BOB
20. Black-and-white snacks : OREOS
21. Rock band equipment : AMPS
22. Insults : SLAPS
25. Kind of poker : STRIP
27. Orthographic meet : BEE
28. Boiling over : IRATE
30. Hook's mate : SMEE
31. Flub : ERR
32. Asian temple shader : GINGKO
34. Slogs (through) : WADES
36. "Patriot Games" creator : CLANCY
38. Scottie at work : RATTER
40. Use one's head : THINK
41. Joint : REEFER
43. 1994 Judy Davis film, with "The" : REF
44. Ten make diez : UNOS
46. Peter of rock's Kiss : CRISS
49. Dolomite, e.g. : ORE
50. Pasta sauce : PESTO
52. Showed interest : SATUP
54. Travel expense : TOLL
56. Vista : SCAPE
58. Notices : ADS
59. Dorothea Lange photo subject : OKIE
60. Track fixtures : TOTEBOARDS
63. Lincolnshire locale, with "The" : FENS
64. 001 and 007, e.g. : OPERATIVES
65. "____ don't fail me now!" : FEET
66. Umbrage : RESENTMENT
1. Stuffed shirts : SNOBS
2. Copenhagen's ____ Gardens : TIVOLI
3. Lieutenant's insignia : ONEBAR
4. Like AA shoes: Abbr. : NAR
5. Telemessaging : ESP
6. Spanish Surrealist : MIRO
7. Cherubs : AMORS
8. Russian city on the Neman : SOVETSK
9. Any number : ONEORMORE
10. "Sighting" near Urquhart Castle : NESSIE
11. Pop : COLA
12. Eliot opus : ADAMBEDE
13. Fatuous one : SIMPERER
14. Coming attractions : TEASERS
23. 1929 hit "____ Love Song" : PAGAN
24. Befoul : STINKUP
26. Some metalware : PEWTERS
29. Bottom-of-letter abbr. : ENC
33. Spaceship stabilizer : GYROSCOPE
35. Heart chambers : ATRIA
36. Charlie Barnet theme : CHEROKEE
37. Palm reader's reading : LIFELINE
39. Gridiron grp. : AFC
40. Leave jauntily : TROTOFF
42. Country homes : ESTATES
45. Ancient wise man : NESTOR
47. Need, with "for" : STARVE
48. Unanticipated : SUDDEN
51. The "op." of op. cit : OPERE
53. "Hey there!" : PSSST
55. For fear that : LEST
57. "My People" writer : EBAN
61. Giant of a Giant : OTT
62. Fire starter? : AIM

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